Is this where the aviation pioneers racing Charles Lindbergh crashed?
from The Daily Mail
A French businessman claims to have identified the island where two French aviators crashed off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador in May 1927, just days before Charles Lindbergh's record-breaking solo flight across the Atlantic. Charles Nungesser, a daredevil aristocrat and top French flying ace, and François Coli, a one-eyed mariner and former infantryman, aimed to pilot their single-engine biplane, L'Oiseau Blanc, or The White Bird, from Paris across the Atlantic — but they never arrived and the plane was never recovered.
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